If DC offset voltage is set to 2.0 V, then the DC precision is ±(1.5% of 8*0.5V + 1% of 2V + 2 mV) = ±82 mV.
However, there is no description about "position" in this equation. What is the equation when I change the position setting?
For example, what is the DC precision when the offset is set to 0 V and the position is set to -4 div?
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